?My staghorn fern is turning yellow. What should I do?? Staghorn ferns are some of the most unusual-looking plants home gardeners can grow. They can also be expensive, so it?s important to catch any problems early. Lean about fixing yellowing staghorns here.
Natively, staghorn ferns grow in areas with high humidity and frequent periods of rain. In the home or landscape, these conditions may be hard to mock, and regularly watering a staghorn fern may be necessary. Click here to learn how to water staghorn ferns.
In the case of the staghorn fern, adding whole banana peels is just as effective as composting them first. You can ?feed? a whole peel or even a whole banana to the plant by placing it on top of the plant, among its fronds. Learn more in this article.
Staghorn ferns are beautiful specimen plants that can be great conversation pieces. They are not at all frost hardy, however, so special care needs to be taken by most gardeners to ensure that they survive the winter. This article will help with that.
The staghorn fern is a unique epiphyte that grows well indoors, and in warm, humid climates outdoors. It?s an easy plant to grow, so if you have one that gets large, knowing how to divide a staghorn fern successfully comes in handy. This article will help.
Although they can be a little tricky to get just so, once a staghorn is established, you can expect few problems with them. Once in a while, however, your staghorn may get sick and that?s why we put this article together. Click here to learn about diseases of staghorn ferns.
Owning a staghorn fern is an exercise in balancing of water and light, nutrients and keeping their roots exposed. When your staghorn fern starts dropping leaves, you know something has gone wrong in the equation. Learn more in this article.
Generally, only a few staghorn fern varieties are available in nurseries or greenhouses because of their very specific temperature and care requirements. Learn about the cold hardiness of a staghorn fern, as well as care tips, in this article.
Because the fronds are so large, it isn?t unusual to find a thin layer of dust on a staghorn fern. Washing staghorn fern plants carefully will remove dust that can block sunlight and, of course, also brightens the appearance of the plant. Learn more in this article.
You may have seen staghorn fern plants mounted on plaques, growing in wire baskets or even planted in small pots. Those who have seen this dramatic plant often wonder, ?Can you grow staghorn ferns outside?? Click here to learn about growing staghorn ferns outdoors.
The staghorn fern is an unusual and attractive epiphyte, or air plant, that thrives in the tropics. This means they don?t need soil to grow, so to showcase them beautifully, mounting staghorn ferns is a great choice. This article will help with that.
During storms, heavy staghorn fern plants can fall out of their tree hosts. Whether attempting to save a fallen staghorn fern or supporting a store bought one, hanging a staghorn fern with chains may be the best option. Learn more in this article.
Staghorn ferns are remarkable plants. They can be kept small, but if allowed to they will get genuinely huge and imposing. Getting enough light for a staghorn fern to grow properly is very important. Learn more about staghorn fern light requirements here.
Staghorn ferns are unusual, exotic-looking plants that will definitely attract guests? attention. The plants known as staghorn ferns include the 18 species in the Platycerium genus plus many hybrids and varieties of those species. Learn more in this article.
Staghorn ferns are fascinating specimens. While they reproduce through spores, a much more common method of propagation is through pups, small plantlets that grow off of the mother plant. Learn about staghorn fern pup propagation in this article.
In their natural environment, staghorn ferns grow on tree trunks and branches. Fortunately, staghorn ferns also grow in pots. Like all potted plants, staghorn ferns occasionally need repotting. Learn about transplanting staghorn ferns in this article.
By nature, staghorn ferns are epiphytic plants that grow by attaching themselves to tree trunks or limbs. They aren?t parasitic because they draw no nutrition from the tree. So can staghorn ferns be potted? Learn more about potting a staghorn fern here.
Staghorn ferns live epiphytically in nature on trees, rocks and other low soil structures. Mounting staghorn ferns is relatively simple, provided you remember the plant's growing requirements. Learn more in this article.
If you have a staghorn fern, you have one of the most interesting plants available. Knowing how to fertilize a staghorn is task that requires timing and some know how. This article provides some tips on the correct staghorn fern fertilizer.
Staghorn ferns have two types of leaves: a flat, round kind that grips to the trunk of the host tree and a long, branching kind that resembles deer antlers and earns the plant its name. It?s on these long leaves that you can find spores. Learn how to collect them here.
If you?re interested in staghorn fern propagation, keep in mind there are no staghorn fern seeds. Unlike most plants that propagate themselves via flowers and seeds, staghorn ferns reproduce by tiny spores. This article has more information.
Staghorn ferns have two distinct types of leaves that together make for a distinctive look. But what if you want to spread your staghorn ferns around? Learn more about staghorn fern propagation and how to start a staghorn fern in this article.